Diet and exercise! I don’t want to live like that! I refuse to change my diet! I’ve heard these statements and others like it many times. It is a frequent response from those that face [...]
Aging happens to everyone. Unfortunately, middle age is accompanied by several challenges that can interfere with staying cognitively, psychologically, socially, and physically functionally fit. Sadly, a large majority of individuals in midlife are not [...]
Everyone (in the developed world) struggles with weight management and more importantly, the health issues that accompany excess body fat. You most likely have tried dieting and exercise in the past and perhaps even achieved some [...]
The main objective of ReversAge Health & Fitness is to help individuals live better, longer. Medical science increased lifespans. But, what about healthspans? The term healthspan refers to the number of years an individual is healthy and free from debilitating disease. We all want that. The number one reason to be physically active and engage in regular exercise is to improve quality of life. Research has revealed that very small to moderate amounts of physical activity can prevent or push back onset of chronic diseases such as heart attack, stroke, osteoporosis, cancer, diabetes, cognitive decline, Alzheimer's and many other conditions often erroneously associated with aging.
Every day, research reveals new ways exercise and proper nutrition make us healthier. It is now clear that it takes only small to moderate amounts of exercise to improve both physical and mental health. Even better than medication in many cases, regular physical activity can significantly improve mental health and lesson the symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress, and other cognitive disorders.
One of the most common orthopedic injuries in the United States is an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) sprain or tear. Due to the complexity and severity of this type of injury, surgery is often required for full recovery. Unfortunately, ACL injuries are becoming more common.
Alzheimer’s Disease: The Best Exercise, Nutrition, and Lifestyle Interventions to Protect Your Brain
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neural degenerative disorder that damages the hippocampus and causes severe memory loss. One of the main causes of this damage is chronic inflammation due to poor lifestyle behaviors (sugar, sitting, stress, lack of sleep, lack of exercise).
Arthritis is a collective term referring to diseases that primarily affect the body’s skin and joints. The most common forms of arthritis include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms often manifest as joint stiffness and pain associated with movement around those joints.